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ButterflyBlood Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Sep-01-03 03:30 PM
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"Lieberman wants to take your violent video games away"
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Edited on Mon Sep-01-03 03:31 PM by ButterflyBlood
now too many people were stupid enough to think that Gore was going to take their guns away, even though he never said anything that would even hint at that idea. If that's the case, why wouldn't anyone believe the topic sentence when Lieberman's said a lot more hinting at that fact that Gore did for guns? Don't you think that there was enough person who refused to vote for Gore because they thought that? If Gore wanted to increase Jewish turnout in Florida, he could've went with someone far better like Wellstone or Feingold (which also would've mobilized the progressive voters more, and probably get a few votes back from Ralph) or just go with Graham.

in a way, you can blame Lieberman for Chimpy, if he wasn't a stupid fucking moral crusader, more people wouldn't of had problems voting for the ticket.

add on: being moral crusaders is the Republicans' job. All Democrats should shut up altogether all violence and sex in the media. It would increase turnout among young people. This is the issue a lot of my friends care about most, so why should they vote if both parties' have the same stance?
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